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are it science and technology. >> a company like apple. hugely successful. employing 90% of its workforce outside of don't perceive, of any kind of moral, capitalist duty, in the way of someone like howard schultz is deliberately opening factories in america at a cost of the company, because he can do it cheaper abroad, because he believes he has a moral duty to do some of should more businesses do this? >> yes, we need to do that. but, of course there, are 3 million jobs out there that can't be filled because of what laura is saying, and that's really true of apple. because if we don't have enough technicians, we don't have enough engineers, so that's part of the problem. we need to start educating people for the jobs that are there. and for the jobs that will be most competitive here. not forcing people to not go abroad, but to come to america where we have the best skilled people. that's what we're trying to -- >> yours is a bipartisan organization. >> absolutely. >> which of the two leaders right now, pound per pound, dollar for dollar, gives the best chance of fulfilling what you would like
waiting for the period to end. so what we're talking about is technology not to replace what's happening in a classroom but to make the classroom better. if lectures can happen at a student's pace, can we use classroom time for interaction with the peers and the teacher. even if you have the unfortunate situation of 42 students, at least let them interact with each other and teach each other. let them have more opportunities to interact with the teacher. >> but is the right move forward for kids to be doing as much work at home as they do at school and doing it on computers, which is their natural habitat anyway? >> no. i think actually one of the big problems, i talk a lot about this, is we have this culture of homework that creates this illusion of rigor. we're not good enough, custodians are beating us and all the studies point to the biggest determineant of a student's success is eating with their parents and sleeping. too much homework goes directly against both of those things. we have been working with a lot of schools. what we're seeing is if you actually allow more engagement in
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